Edmonds Makes His Pick
Thayer Academy and D.C. Blue Devils' senior Javaughn Edmonds became the latest New England product to accept a scholarship offer on Thursday as he took to his twitter account to announce his commitment to Southern New Hampshire.
thank you everyone that offered me also want to thank my mother want to give a big S/o to TJ and the thayer staff but I will commit to SNHU pic.twitter.com/99hJxm8L0d— Javaughn Edmonds (@JavaughnEdmonds) October 21, 2016
The commitment is an impressive one for SNHU as Edmonds had multiple scholarship offers on the table, from both the division I and II levels, and is still just scratching the surface of his potential.
A long 6-foot-5 lefty who shoots the ball with range and is starting to diversify his offensive attack, Edmonds has a wealth of weapons at his disposal and the potential to play multiple positions a the division II level.
He joins his Thayer Academy teammate Jordan Mello-Klein, who committed to Bentley over the summer, in heading to the prestigious Northeast 10 Conference and is fifth member of the D.C. Blue Devils' 2017 class to earn a full scholarship, following Sukhmail Mathon (Boston University), Geo Baker (Rutgers), Tshiefu Ngalakulondi (St. Bonaventure) and Caleb Green (Holy Cross).
Below are highlights from Edmonds' junior season at Thayer Academy care of HUDL.